Little Compton Police: Quiet end to the year

Posted 1/8/21

Tuesday, Dec. 29

A resident came to the station to make a trespassing complaint at 12:49 pm.

Thursday, Dec. 31

At the request of a neighbor, rescue went to West Branch Road to check on a …

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Little Compton Police: Quiet end to the year

Posted

Tuesday, Dec. 29

A resident came to the station to make a trespassing complaint at 12:49 pm.

Thursday, Dec. 31

At the request of a neighbor, rescue went to West Branch Road to check on a resident and transported that person to the hospital at 8:49 am.

Friday, Jan. 1

After a motor vehicle stop at 10:16 am on Main Street, the driver, a Little Compton resident, was cited for driving with a suspended license.

Saturday, Jan. 2

Officers spoke to residents regarding complaints: At 4:39 pm on Brownell Road, and at 7 pm on West Main Road.

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